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Bike to Work Day
Each year California State University, East Bay celebrates Bike to Work Day- Bay Area.
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WHEN IS BIKE TO WORK DAY 2023?
It was Thursday May 18th. Click here for more details.
WHAT IS BIKE TO WORK DAY?
Bike to Work Day (BTWD) is a celebration of bicycles as a fun and healthy way to get to work, as well as an opportunity for those who don’t usually bike commute to try it out! It’s also a time to advocate for improved bicycle infrastructure and safety. Bike Month and BTWD are observed around the country on different days, and Bay Area counties share the same BTWD during Bike Month in May.
WHAT HAPPENS ON BIKE TO WORK DAY?
An energizer station is located at the top of Carlos Bee Blvd where bicyclists can stop for refreshments, giveaways, and bicycling information — or to simply be “cheered on” by fellow participants. The energizer station will be open during morning commute hours, see BaySync for times.
WHY BIKE TO WORK?
More than one million Bay Area residents live within five miles of their workplaces, an ideal distance for bicycling. However, commuting to work only represents 23 percent of all trips made by car, so think about how you can also bike to shop, to school, for errands, and for social events. In a world concerned with climate change, pollution, and congestion, the question should really be “Why not bike to work?”
HOW MANY PEOPLE IN THE BAY AREA BIKE COMMUTE TO WORK EVERYDAY?
In 2016, 1.8% of Bay Area residents biked to work — around 135,000 people — more than DOUBLE the number of bike commuters in 2013! And that doesn't’t take into consideration those residents who use a bike as one part of their commute (vs. all of it), driven by the availability of bike-share bikes. That’s a huge increase in a very short period of time!